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  • Trem Culture Enrichment Class

    Presented at Lagniappe Academies, Trem, New Orleans

    Fall 2011 Spring 2012

    A Program of the Pertunia Foundation www.pertunia.org

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  • Visits From

    Fi Yi Yi and the

    Mandingo Warriors

    Mardi Gras Indians

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  • Beading and Patch Making

    with

    Fi Yi Yi

    Mardi Gras Indians

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  • Sewing Beaded Patches

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  • Beaded Patches

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  • Beaded Patches

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  • Making Headpieces

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  • Second Line Umbrellas

    and

    Skull Masks

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  • Making Papier Mach Skeleton Mask

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  • Field Trip

    to

    Ogden Museum of Southern Art

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  • Class Guests

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  • Bruce Barnes, Chief of Bone Gang

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  • Royce Osborn Bone Gang Member and Local Documentary

    Maker

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  • North Side Skull & Bone Gang Skull

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  • Fi Yi Yi Indians Visit Class

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  • Field Trip

    to

    House of Dance and Feathers

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  • Field Trip

    To

    Backstreet Cultural Museum

    For Class Awards

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  • Final Fieldtrip: Backstreet Cultural Museum

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  • REACH Ceremony

    Celebration and Graduation

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  • Lagniappe Academies Trem Culture Program

    This program was created by the Pertunia Foundation Inc. for the Lagniappe Academies in Trem, New Orleans.

    The guest artists were funded by the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation

    The program is available to other schools.

    All content of the program is Pertunia Foundation Inc. 2011 & 2012

    kevin@pertunia.org www.pertunia.org

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  • The Pertunia Foundation Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit educational

    organization dedicated to promoting and preserving the unique cultural heritage of the great city of New Orleans.

    The foundation creates and presents educational programs that focus on the parading and social aid organizations of Trem and the Mardi

    Gras Indian, jazz funeral and second line culture.

    kevin@pertunia.org

    www.pertunia.org

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